Fostering Innovation

The failure rate for launching new products or services varies between 70% and 80% worldwide. However, some companies act and innovate in a sustainable, permanent way, accumulating one success after another, even during the so-called 'crises'. What are the main success factors for aligning innovation and performance?

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Tax Incentives for Innovation

good law – nº 11.196/2005, of the Federal Government, was created to stimulate technological innovation in the country. 

The Lei do Bem is an incentive instrument of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI). Applies to Brazilian companies of any size. It can deduct up to 100% from taxes, reducing your business cost. It is the most used means today, nationally, to make a company competitive and innovative.

What are the benefits? 

  • Deduction of R&D expenses (in Corporate Income Tax – IRPJ and Social Contribution on Net Income – CSLL);
  • Deduction of 50% in the Tax on Industrialized Products (IPI) on the purchase of machinery and equipment for R&D;
  • Full accelerated depreciation in the same year of acquisition of new machinery, equipment, apparatus and instruments intended for innovation.
  • Possibility of reinvestment in R&D of the deducted amounts;
  • In addition to greater competitiveness in the market; growth by generating innovation and status as an innovative company by MCTI.

Who can qualify? 

Once carrying out RD&I activities, it is necessary that the company: 

  • Be on Real Profit regime;
  • Be with Tax Profit in the period;
  • Have fiscal regularity (issued by CND or CPD-EN).                                         

The Lei do Bem has no validity period, that is, it is in force for an indefinite period.                                                                                                                                                         

Route 2030 – tax incentive for innovation for the automotive industry. 

Continuing our services to support companies to obtain Tax Incentives for Innovation, we present the Rota 2030 Program, Law No. 13.755/2018, created by the Federal Government within a context of profound transformations in the global automotive sector. Changes occur both in vehicles and in the way they are used or manufactured. 

Rota 2030 aims to encourage investments in research and development (R&D), innovation and production of new technologies, energy efficiency, automation of the manufacturing process; impacting the quality of vehicles and auto parts. All of this in line with the environment. 

The Program aims to solve difficulties faced by the national automotive industry, ranging from low competitiveness to the risk of loss of knowledge in the development of technologies that use biofuels. 

Route 2030 is structured on three pillars:  

  • Establishment of mandatory requirements – for the sale of new vehicles produced in the country or the import of new vehicles;
  • Tax benefit to the company that spends on R&D in the country – it can vary between 10.2% and 12.5% of the value of the expenditures made;
  • Non-Produced Auto Parts Regime – exempt from import tax auto parts imported without equivalent domestic production. The counterpart is the realization, by the importers, of expenses corresponding to two percent (2%) of the customs value, in research, development and innovation projects. And in essential programs to support industrial and technological development for the automotive sector and its chain.

Who can qualify?

  • Manufacturers of automobiles, trucks, buses, motor chassis and auto parts;
  • Importers of motor cars, trucks, buses and chassis;
  • Manufacturers or importers that have a technological development and production project approved by the Government for production in the country of new products or existing models.

computer lawtax incentive law for innovation aimed at the computer goods production industry.  

The new legislation, Law 13,969 of 2019, approved on December 30, 2019, updates both the Information Technology Law and the Program to Support Technological Development of the Semiconductor Industry (PADIS), in accordance with the principles of international agreements governed by the Organization World Trade Agreement (WTO).  

It establishes a new model of tax incentives for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies and investments in Research and Development and Innovation (RD&I) in this sector.  

It replaced the deduction of the Tax on Industrialized Products (IPI), PIS and COFINS, which were used as tax incentives, for tax credits. Now, companies will have tax incentives on net revenue from goods and services, as long as the projects have been approved by the Ministries of Economy (ME) and Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI).  

The new regime uses a scoring system and values the production steps carried out in the country.

Other Instruments

Refundable Resources

Seeking to present the best options on the market, we have all the necessary know-how to help foster activities inherent to the company's innovation or growth. 

Each step depends on a detailed diagnosis that involves strategic financial planning, analysis of the type of investment and a specific strategy.

  • Finep 30 days
  • Finep Inovacred
  • BNDES

economic subsidy

Aimed at mapping and diagnosing financing opportunities available in the national and international market for companies from all sectors of activity and stage of development, the GAC Group goes beyond traditional programs and seeks to enable investments in R&D projects in force in institutions such as: 

  • Research Support Foundations
  • EMBRAPII
  • FINEP Subsidy
  • SENAI

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